The latest news on savings
College savings plans are becoming increasingly flexible and affordable for parents.
New or current owners of 529 plans should do thorough research as they save for school.
Even if you're already falling behind in your New Year's financial resolutions, don't despair—there's still a way to keep them and achieve your goal.
Parents should consider starting 529 plans for themselves if college or grad school is in their future.
Service members should explore highly rated 529 plans, including the USAA College Savings Plan.
Getting tax refunds and work bonuses are events that allow parents to save a little extra in 529 plans.
Just as an athlete visualizes success before the contest, it's helpful to visualize yourself overcoming financial challenges in 2013.
By contributing, or even starting, 529 plans, grandparents can help families avoid student loans.
Parents with kids living at home for the first two years of college could save more than $18,000.